Block embraces "Fake Names"
Friday, August 4, 2023
– Priscilla Block released her latest track, "Fake Names."
The song, written by Block, Alysa Vanderheym, Summer Overstreet and Audra Mae, celebrates the escapism we all need from time to time and encourages letting loose.
"When we wrote 'Fake Names,' it was just such a fun process. I mean, four girls in one room writing about letting loose with your girlfriends and having different identities for the night. You know, you always have that one friend that drinks too much, or the girl that's starting fights in the bar, or the one that might get arrested by the end of the night. It's just a really fun song about going out and being someone totally different for the night," said Block.
Recently, the acoustic version of Justin Moore and Block's hit duet, "You, Me, And Whiskey," was released.
She has released one album, "Welcome to the Block Party" in February 2022.
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